Friday, July 28, 2017

BARNESVILLE, Ohio - The largest pumpkin at the 2004 Barnesville Pumpkin Festival Sept. 23-26 was this 909-pound giant grown by Todd Skinner of Barnesville.

LONDON, Ohio - Standing in a sea of John Deere green and yellow at last week's Farm Science Review, Barry Nelson was seeing gray.

COLUMBUS - As the U.S. presidential campaign heads into the home stretch, the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation's political action committee launched a Web site to push farmer turnout at the polls.

RAVENNA, Ohio - Ken and Peg Royer sat in the seat of honor at this year's Portage County Farm Bureau annual meeting.

LONDON, Ohio - In 30-plus years, the Conklin Classic has seen its share of hay fields, feed bunks and manure piles.

(Part II of a three-part series) SALEM, Ohio - So you wanted a horse or maybe your children talked you into buying a horse.

HANOVERTON, Ohio - Scott Lindsay attributes his success as a farmer to hard work, dedication and his family.

(First in a three-part series) SALEM, Ohio - Horses need a home, too. Yes, horses graze in pastures but they also need shelter.

COLUMBUS - Ohio's State Farm Service Agency Executive Director Larry Adams said that the U.S. Department of Agriculture designated 47 counties in Ohio as primary disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by various disasters that occurred this year.

FINDLAY, OHIO - A special field day for all horse owners, managers, and other grass producers to help manage and establish pastures and hay fields is planned Oct.
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